SteelSeries Apex M750 Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅18-09-17
Packaging & First Look
The packaging which the Apex M750 is captured within is bold and striking, featuring a graffiti styling on the background with the keyboard dominating the foreground. Plenty of information is displayed clearly, with most of the major features laid out in an orderly fashion. SteelSeries have also chosen an odd way of spelling aluminium.

Flipping the box over, they go into further detail explaining the key features, as well as an angled photo of the M750. They also make reference to some of their other Prism-equipped hardware.

Underneath the cardboard lid is the Apex M750 inside a protective plastic bag. There are two extra feet, for extra lift at the rear of the keyboard.

As far as included extras go, there’s a product info guide and some rubber feet for adding elevation at the back of the keyboard. Some stickers or a key ring would’ve been nice.

At first glance, you’d be forgiven for questioning the £149.99 price-tag. The aluminium construction feels and looks great but there’s not much else going on. Perhaps less is more?

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